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Face and Skin

Argan Oil is known as nature's ultimate anti-aging product. It is extremely high in Vitamin E, essential fatty acids, antioxidants, sterols, polyphenols, and carotenoids. Argan Oil also contains squalene, which has been promoted as having anti-cancer properties. Argan Oil is good for both dry and oily skin types.

Because it helps to regulate the sebaceous glands (oil producing glands), oil on the skin will lessen and issues such as acne are greatly improved. For basic skin care, Argan Oil can be used as a daily moisturizer and as a makeup base.

It is also useful for skin conditions such as: psoriasis, eczema, dry skin, contact dermatitis, inflammation, acne, wrinkles, scarring, minor burns and cracked heels. In arthritic and rheumatic conditions in which joints are damaged, Argan Oil soothes and reduces pain. Argan Oil also produces excellent results on new tattoos by soothing the area, decreasing itchiness and helping the skin to heal quickly.  In addition, it is ideal to use after waxing, laser treatments and even chemical peels. Usage: Apply in a circular motion to clean skin morning and night until absorbed. Be sure to include the area around your eyes. You will be able to see a difference within a few days of consistent use. Those with dry skin like to use it morning and night, while some with oilier skin like to just use once per day.


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  • wenny on

    Hello, I’m in Indonesia & want to try your 10ml argan oil,
    If it makes me amazed, i wanna be your reseller, hahaa.. long the shipping & fee to my country?

  • Saadia Organics on

    Yes, the oil is perfect for nursing! (I plan on using it this fall when my own baby is born.)

    Argan Oil is absolutely edible. Although the roasted, culinary version tastes better with it’s rich, nutty flavour. But the raw, cosmetic-grade oil is indeed edible, too, and very healthy to ingest. The oil sinks into your skin so quickly, so your baby will not taste a thing.

  • Maureen on

    Hi there
    I received this oil as a gift for use on nipples to help heal from breastfeeding issues such as dry/cracked/blistered nipples.
    I have not found this use listed on your site? Is it ok to use on the nipples of a breastfeeding mother AND safe for baby to feed? Would you recommend removing this oil prior to feeding or is it safe for baby to ingest orally?

    thanks so much

  • Saadia Organics on

    Hi Nicki!

    You are correct… The kiis (exfoliating glove) is quite tough on the face. I only use it when I see a few flakes here and there, or if my skin is looking dull. When I do use it on my face I use a light touch. (I bet I only use a kiis on my face a few times a year.)

    As for the body… You can be a little more rigorous – and use the kiis a lot more frequently. This post should help:

    As for using the oil on your face, I just use it like a regular moisturizer. More info here:

    Let me know if there is anything else I can do to help!

    Saadia Organics

  • Stephanie on

    Oh wow that’s awesome! Thank you for your excellent customer response, I will be ordering very soon!

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